Just days before the Nissan GT-R Prototype will be unveiled at this year's Tokyo Motor Show, a mule has been caught testing on the Nurburgring in Germany. Many modifications were made to this Infiniti G35 coupe to make it worthy of the GT-R name, including hood air-scoopes, widened fenders that fit giant wheels and four tail pipes that could likely propel the car on exhaust thrust alone. The powerplant is rumored to be a twin-turbo 3.2L V6 capable of 480 horsepower. We're not sure from where the 3.2L will be sourced, but we'd love to see a TT version of the 3.5L VQ six-cylinder that powers many Nissan and Infiniti models in North America, including the Z.
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